Derivatives of power and constant functions Find the derivative of

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Derivatives of power and constant functions Find the derivative of the following functions.
y=x5
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Forneadil
Answered 2021-11-27 Author has 18 answers
Find ddx(x5)
Apply the power rule ddx(xn)=nxn1withn=5:
(ddx(x5))=(5x4)
Thus,ddx(x5)=5x4
Answer:
ddx(x5)=5x4
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